This month’s record of telecom studying recs begins off with a brand new map that you will have seen circulating on social media.
The Sustainable Subsea Networks Map
In partnership with the SubOptic Basis, TeleGeography not too long ago designed and produced a sustainability map documenting greatest practices throughout the subsea business.
The Sustainable Subsea Networks Map displays the sustainable contributions of a number of completely different firms. Take a more in-depth have a look at this map for insights into key sustainability metrics and what makes a community sustainable.
How Saudi Arabia is redrawing the map of the longer term with fibre-optic cables
In response to Center East Eye, “Saudi Arabia wants extra bandwidth for its Imaginative and prescient 2030 technique of financial diversification, and is investing closely to turn into the digital hub of the Center East.”
Learn this piece for extra on how Saudi Arabia is investing within the enlargement of its fiber-optic community infrastructure. You’ll see our personal Senior Analysis Supervisor Paul Brodsky cited a number of occasions all through the article.
Meta helps change the sport for indoor mobile
Image this: you’re strolling down the corridor of a big constructing and abruptly discover that your cellphone can’t attain out of doors wi-fi networks anymore. We’ve all been there, and it’s fairly inconvenient.
How did Meta resolve this drawback for its company places of work?
Within the phrases of Gentle Studying, “The answer concerned a newly launched spectrum band, a partnership amongst heated rivals and a community that is “considerably” cheaper than Meta’s earlier manner of offering indoor protection.”
The Rise and Fall of a Caribbean Communications Kingpin
Earlier this yr, it was revealed that Denis O’Brien—the Irish businessman who based worldwide telecom group Digicel in 2001—may lose as much as 90% of the corporate to U.S.-based funding companies.
These companies are poised to grab management of the enterprise in alternate for writing off as much as $1.8 billion of Digicel’s debt.
The revelation that O’Brien may lose his empire follows a tumultuous interval for Digicel. Senior Analysis Analyst Tom Leins fills us in on the small print in a brand new developments piece.
TeleGeography Explains the Web simply wrapped up its fourth season with Junior Analysis Analyst Mei Harrison’s podcast debut.
Pay attention in for a complete evaluation of what’s afoot on the earth of WANs—plus somewhat preview of what our WAN Supervisor Survey is trying into subsequent.
The podcast will likely be again in a number of weeks with a brand new season of good friends and curiosity-fueling matters. You may catch up on all episodes over right here.
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